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Owner of Te Puke Jeweller on the latest attack on his store.
Rod Pearce, owner of Te Puke Jeweller talking about the latest attempted break-in of his store and the effect of the increased attempts over the last few years have had on himself and his business. Video / Mead Norton
Te Arawa kapa haka group to pay tribute to fallen in Italy
Kāhu ki Rotorua: Group is participating in an International Folklore Festival.
Champion talker the face of diversity in newsrooms
Meet Atutahi Potaka-Dewes, a student of the Te Rito programme.
Rotorua café smokes competition with brisket toastie
Chef Rich Johns has won the title with his 'Get Smoked, Pickled + Toasted' creation. Video / ROTORUA DAILY POST
Taupō Strings performs at the 2022 Taupō Winter Festival
Taupō Strings performs Palladio by Karl Jenkins at The Storehouse on July 14, 2022. Video by Rachel Canning, Taupō & Tūrangi Herald.
Wāhine rangatahi put names forward for board spots
Four young women put names forward board of Te Tatau o Te Arawa.
Kāhu ki Rotorua: Māori v Indigenous Allstar match to be held in Rotorua
Game will bring two cultures together and widen horizons.
Business or house? Which are young Kiwis buying first?
One Bay of Plenty couple shares why they bought a business before a home and their plans to grow their income in a different way.
'Historic day' as council committee takes step to return land to iwi
Robyn Bargh chairwoman of Te Runanga o Ngāti Kearoa-Ngāti Tuara
Carved house Tiki a legacy from no-nonsense ruruhi
Tiki was one of four prominent carved gateways that once protected Ohinemutu.
Teen mum classes still going strong after 20 years
More than 20 years after its inception as Rotorua School for Young Parents, Te Āhuru Mōwai is still going strong in Rotorua.
Catfish monitoring project takes out Supreme Award
The inaugural Te Tūkohu Ngāwhā Science and Design Fair was held at Motion Entertainment. Video / Kāhu ki Rotorua
Motion Entertainment marketing manager Narelle Brown
Motion Entertainment marketing manager Narelle Brown.
Rotorua Lakes Council geothermal inspector Peter Brownbridge
Rotorua Lakes Council geothermal inspector Peter Brownbridge told Rotorua Lakes councillors today that the incident was "a man-made event". Video / Supplied
Emotional haka by Rotorua Boys' High School students at funeral
Rotorua Boys' High School students perform an emotional haka at the funeral for Aidan Nicholson who was killed in a crash last week. Video / RBHS